NEWS: Casting Announced for 50th anniversary Production of Joe Orton’s Loot

Michael Fentiman’s production will play at the Park Theatre from the 17th August.  Uproarious slapstick meets dubious morals as two young friends, Hal (Frenchum) and Dennis (Demba), stash the proceeds of a bank robbery in an occupied coffin, attempting to hide their spoils from the attentions of a psychopathic policeman, a gold-digging nurse and a… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Five Guys Named Moe

Underbelly productions have today confirmed full casting for the upcoming West End production of Five Guys Named Moe opening for previews in a new temporary theatre in Marble Arch in August.  Directed by Clarke Peters and with choreography by Andrew Wright, this new production will star Edward Baruwa as  Nomax and the ‘Moes’ will be played by:… Read More

Review Round Up: Anatomy of a Suicide, Royal Court Theatre

Katie Mitchell directs Alice Birch’s play, being performed at the Royal Court Theatre as part of the theatre’s Jerwood New Playwrights programme. But what have critics been saying about it?  Culture Whisper: **** “Birch and Mitchell trace one story, following the tangle of genetics and trauma to show corrosion and recovery.” Time Out: ***** “It’s Mitchell’s… Read More

NEWS: Brand New Production of Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution to Open On Southbank

It has been announced that a brand new production of Agatha Christie’s classic Witness for the Prosecution will be performed at the  London County Hall from the 6th October.  This new production will be directed by Lucy Bailey and will be performed in the chamber of London County Hall from the 6th October until the… Read More

NEWS: Rachel Tucker to Appear in Fundraiser at Bridge House Theatre

The West End and Broadway star will make the appearance in the gardens of her own fringe venue Bridge House Theatre on Sunday 9th July.  With all the profits from the one evening only event going to the Bridge House Theatre, Rachel Tucker brings her acclaimed cabaret to to London venue. The evening will also… Read More

Five Books to Look Out for… (July 2017)

With the weather warming up, its always a good idea to sit down in your garden and read a new book. Here’s a guide to some of the upcoming releases to look out for… The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce (published 13th July): from the author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, this new novel from… Read More

PREVIEW: Wet Bread, Festival 47, King’s Head Theatre

Playing as part of the King’s Head Theatre’s upcoming #Festival 47 programme, Tom Glover’s play arrives in London following a run at the Brighton Fringe. Adele can’t believe the Tories won – everyone she knows voted Labour. Her next mission: change the world in 2016. She’ll end fracking, help the homeless, save the welfare state,… Read More

Review Round Up: Bat Out of Hell, London Coliseum

40 years since the album become one of the most iconic of all time, Bat Out of Hell has rocked its way into the London Coliseum. But what have critics had to say about it so far?  The Guardian: **** ” The best musicals have a compelling storyline, thrilling stage pictures and astonishing sounds. This… Read More

NEWS: Line Up Announced for West End Grenfell Tower Benefit Concert

Giles Terera and Danielle Tarento have announced details for Songs and Solidarity, a gala concert to raise funds for all those left homeless and relatives of those who lost their lives in the fire.  Taking place this Sunday at the Trafalgar Studios, the evening will feature song,dance and comedy with all the money being raised… Read More